One of the biggest challenges for law enforcement agencies and non-criminal justice agencies is meeting the requirements of the CJIS Security Policy to encrypt data in transit.

Section 5.10.1.2.1 of the CJIS Security Policy requires that all data in transit is protected using encrypted using FIPS 140-2 certified encryption. This is challenging and causing many agencies to fail their CJIS audits.

This is understandable – the encryption requirements are complicated and are creating challenges for both IT Directors and CSOs. The deployment and management of encryption can be complex and consume significant ongoing overhead. Encryption can also adversely affect network performance and business-critical applications.

How Certes Networks Can Help

Protecting data in transit:
As soon as Criminal Justice Information is transmitted outside the boundary of your physically secure location, we secure your data using encryption that will meet the FIPS 140-2 requirements of the CJIS Security Policy.

Effective key management control:
You control who can manage your security keys directly, as per CJIS recommendations.

Encrypting video and voice:
Our patented technology saves you travel costs and time, while complying with CJIS Security requirements.

Ease of Deployment:
Certes Solutions can be implemented quickly and easily over any existing infrastructure without the need for any configuration changes.

No impact on your network:
We are the only organization that can offer line-rate encryption that has zero impact on your network. This enables you to be CJIS compliant without any compromise regarding network performance.

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Want to Conquer Compliance?

Resources to help you learn more

Case Study

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Colombia County achieves a FIPS certified CJIS compliant network with Certes Networks

White Paper

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CJIS Security Policy
– Data in Transit

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